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Studies on chemical composition and feeding value of forage crops. 15. Effect of clipping on the forage production and feeding value of Pensacola Bahia grass (Paspalum notatum Flugge) grown in the warmer Setouchi district of Japan



Studies on chemical composition and feeding value of forage crops. 15. Effect of clipping on the forage production and feeding value of Pensacola Bahia grass (Paspalum notatum Flugge) grown in the warmer Setouchi district of Japan



J. Jap. Soc. Grassld Sci 16(3): 198-202. Bibl. 6



In trials in 1966-7, a stand of Bahia grass Pensacola was given 82 kg N, 66 kg P2O5 and 42 kg K2O/ha in early Apr. of both years and cut each time it reached a height of (a) 15 or (b) 30 cm. DM yields were higher from (b) than from (a). In digestibility trials with rabbits, mean DCP and TDN contents were slightly lower in (a), while cumulative yields of DCP and TDN were higher with (b).

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